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Dell, Nutanix Fight For Hyperconverged Market Lead; HPE Soars

Although worldwide hyperconverged system sales slowed down significantly in the second quarter of 2020, Dell Technologies, Nutanix and HPE are still leading the way. CRN breaks down the new HCI market- share data from IDC.

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1. Dell Technologies

Second-Quarter Market Share: 27.9%

The Round Rock, Texas-based infrastructure giant continues to dominate the hyperconverged system market as innovation in its flagship VxRail was just taken up a notch with the injection of Kubernetes technology via VMware.

Dell Technologies won nearly 28 percent share of the global hyperconverged system market in the second quarter, slightly down from 29 percent share year over year. The share decline stems from Dell’s hyperconverged revenue hitting $520 million in the second quarter, down 2.6 percent compared with $533 million year over year.

VxRail’s new VMware Tanzu integration allows customers to build, run and manage Kubernetes container-based applications in a fully integrated hyperconverged infrastructure solution.

In a recent interview with CRN, Dell Technologies founder and CEO Michael Dell said his company’s HCI strategy with VMware has been a wild success.

“We’re seeing substantial growth rates and continuing adoption of VxRail. I think because it’s the easy button to hybrid cloud,” said Dell. “As I talk to customers, that’s certainly the overwhelming theme—they want hybrid cloud and multi-cloud. … Clearly, Dell Technologies continues to be the industry leader in HCI no matter how you count it. We’re going to continue to enhance [VMware integration] with new edge offerings and new footprints as customers require a wide range of solutions from rugged edge solutions to scaling up their core data centers and beyond.”

 
 
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